Getting Your Money’s Worth

Getting Your Money’s Worth




Before making a purchase, pause for a minute to ask yourself a questions.  Is it worth what I’m paying for it?  This is where spending money becomes a real skill.  Worth or value is often hard to determine. 


Value in this case means the quality of the product itself; it also means the usefulness of the product for your particular purposes.  You have to think about both. 


In determining value, price alone can be misleading.  The lowest price may be the best value for your money, but then again it may not be.  The highest price doesn’t necessarily mean the best value either.  Usually, you will find the best value somewhere in-between.

Your thoughts on this subject?  Your comments appreciated!


Content © Rich Brott, 2011

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